Tuesday, 17 July 2007

Too Much, Already











The first and non-partisan Petition for a Referendum on the EU Constitution on the 10 Downing Street site now has 13,967 signatures.

UKIP had their own Petition going, which they scrapped. They then added a second one to the 10 Downing Street site.

And now it seems a Conservative MEP has added a third.

Twats.

Whether another Petition to only have the original Petition would confuse the issue even more, I don't know.

Meanwhile Brown has again stated that there will be no Referendum.

What force or guile could ne'er subdue
Through many warlike ages

Is wrought now by a coward few,
For hireling traitors' wages
...

after three hundred years, revenge, Mr. Brown?

2 comments:

xoggoth said...

How can they? When I submitted a six point petition to improve (introduce) democracy they refused it on grounds that it duplicated other petitions even though only parts did.

Chertiozhnik said...

Feh. So it is one law for UKIP and Conservative MEP types, and another for the rest.

Pity about your petition, what were your six points?